A ban on junk food advertising across London's entire public transport network will be introduced next year.
Tube 'junk food' advert ban announced by London mayor
Just weeks after Novartis floated the idea that $4-5 million was fair value for its new gene therapy against a deadly neuromuscular disease, a major benefits manager is pushing back.
US benefits manager baulks after Novartis values gene therapy at $4-5 million
The poorest groups in society are dying almost a decade earlier than the richest, new research shows, prompting concern that welfare cuts and a rising cost of living are leaving the most vulnerable ‘out of the collective gain’.
UK poorest dying nearly 10 years younger than rich, study shows
Dementia can make daily activities and even simple tasks challenging, so the right kind of care is paramount. Here’s how to make you or your loved one’s home dementia friendly.
How to make your home dementia friendly and provide comfortable care
Researchers say they have developed a method to identify animal viruses that may pose a risk to humans.
New model could show which animal diseases can cause human epidemics
A fish that can repair its heart may hold clues for future treatments in people, according to a study.
Mexican tetra fish may offer heart repair clues
A low-protein high-carbohydrate diet like those practiced in parts of the Mediterranean and Japan may be the best for longevity and healthy brain ageing, according to a study on mice conducted by the University of Sydney released on Wednesday.
Low-protein high-carbohydrate diet best for longevity, healthy brain aging
About 60 percent of older adults with vision problems will fall each year, a study said.
Impaired vision raises risk of falls in older adults
A Canadian study found that exposure to a common air pollutant during pregnancy was tied to higher odds of a child being diagnosed with autism by age five.
Does air pollution raise autism risk?

Page Generated in 0/6822 sec